Kelly Clarkson Shares Video Tour of Her ‘Cozy’ Cabin in Montana Where She & the Fam Are Social Distancing

When it comes to social distancing, Kelly Clarkson just proved that sometimes less is more.

The Voice coach recently shared a home tour video on YouTube of her one-room “efficiency cabin,” which is currently housing her entire family: Clarkson and her husband, Brandon Blackstock; their two children, River (5) and Remington (3); and the singer’s step-children, Savannah (18) and Seth (13).

In the video, Clarkson introduces viewers to the family’s temporary home. (Although they live in Los Angeles full time, the Clarkson-Blackstock clan headed to their ranch in Montana to stay isolated during the coronavirus pandemic.)

Although it’s a “cozy” space for the family of six, the cabin is chock-full of special mementos—like the red-berry wreath that’s hanging on the front door, which was a gift from Gwen Stefani. NBD.

“Hey, thanks Gwen Stefani for sending us this for Christmas,” Clarkson says in the clip. “It’s still lasting out here in the wilderness.”

Oh, and how could we forget about the stunning black-and-white photo of Dolly Parton that’s casually hanging in the kitchen? “And there’s Dolly. What’s up, Dolly?” Clarkson says.

Quarantine goals? Check.


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